Card Set Information
Intro, stress, pain
Health Perception/Health Management
Client's perceived patter of health and well-being and how health is managed.
: compliance w/ meds, health promotion (exercise, check ups)
Pattern of food and fluid consumption relative to metabolic need and pattern; indicators of local nutrient supply
: condition of skin teeth hair nails mucous membranes ht and wt
Patterns of excretory funtion (bowel, bladder, skin). Includes client's perception of normal function
: frequency of BM, voiding pattern, pain on urination, and appearance of urine and stool
Patterns of exercise, activity, leisure, and recreation
: Exercise, hobbies. May include cardiovasculat and resp status, mobility and ADLs
Sensory-perceptual and cognitive patterns
: Vision, hearing, taste, touch, smell, pain perception, and management; cognitive functions such as language, memory, decision making
Patterns of sleep, rest, and relaxation
: client's perceptionof quality and quantity of sleep and energy, sleep aids, routines client uses
Client's self-concept pattern and perceptions of self
: Body comfort, body image, felling state, attitudes about self, perception of abilities, objective data such as body posture, eye contact, voice tone
Client's pattern of role engagements and relationships
: Perception of current major roles and responsibilities (e.g. father, husband, salesman); satisfaction with family, work or social relationships
Patterns of satisfaction and dissatisfaction with sexuality pattern; reproductive pattern
: Number and histories of pregnancy and childbirth; difficulties with sexual functioning; satifaction with sexual relationship
General Coping pattern and effectiveness of the pattern in terms of stress and tolerance
: clients usual manner of handling stress, available support systems, perceived ability to control or manage situations
Patterns of values, beliefs (including spiritual), and goals that guide client's choices or decisions.
: religious affiliation, what client perceives as important in life, value-belief conflicts related to health, special religious practices
To decrease the person's vulnerablity to disease, promotion of health and prevention of illness.
: parenting education, attn to personal hygiene, immunization, avoidance of toxins
Early detection of disease to initiate early intervention
: cervical screening, mammography, bp monitoring, and blood cholesterol checking
To minimize its effects and to prevent further disability (rehab after condition is stabilized)
: restorative care, therapeutic interventions
Best indicator of fluid status is?
Body weight, check daily wt in morn (7am)
Provacative/palliative, quality/qunatity, region/radiation, severity, timing
Stress as a response
physiologic changes occur, can effect 3 interrelated systems
: nervous, endocrine, immune.
General adaptation syndrom (GAS) physiological response to stess
Stress as an stimulus
stress and illness.